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OER Tools and using OER and MOOCs in Higher Education

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Presentation for the Workshop "Opening Up Education", March 13, 2015, Timisoara Romania, part of Open education Week 2015
http://elearning.upt.ro/workshop-opening-up-education/n-32-70-185/d

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OER Tools and using OER and MOOCs in Higher Education

  1. 1. Opening  Up  Educa.on  Workshop     13  mar.e  2015,  Timisoara     #openeduca*onwk    
  2. 2. h/p://www.openeduca*onweek.org/     #openeduca*onwk    
  3. 3. OER  Tools  and  using  OER  and  MOOCs  in   Higher  Educa.on   Dr. Diana Andone Opening  Up  Educa*on  Workshop,  13  mar*e  2015,  Timisoara     #openeduca*onwk    
  4. 4. Digital Natives
  5. 5. March  2014,  Delloi/e.com  
  6. 6. Communication & Technology Renaissance Sharing & creating knowledge, education, information, life experiences, using (free) technology
  7. 7. Worldwide  Par*cipa*on  in  Higher  Educa*on  is   Expected  to  Grow  ~60%  by  2025…   2011   2025   Worldwide Participants in Tertiary Education, 2011 and 2025 Projected In order to accommodate these 98 million new students, four major universities of 30,000+ students would need to open every week for the next 15 years Source:  h*p://www./meshighereduca/on.co.uk/features/a-­‐different-­‐world/2001128.ar/cle;  OECD  indicators  Educa/on  at  a  Glance  2012   and  Trends  in  Global  Higher  Educa/on:  Tracking  an  Academic  Revolu/on,  UNESCO  2009     165M   263M  
  8. 8. Educa.on  is  changing  
  9. 9. Learning   2.0   Tools   Collabora.ng   Sharing   Vo.ng   Networking   User   generated   content   Architecture  of  Par.cipa.on   Tagging   Steve  Wheeler,  University  of  Plymouth,  2011  
  10. 10. Open  Scholar  is  someone  who   makes  their  intellectual   projects  and  processes   digitally  visible  and  who   invites  and  encourages   ongoing  cri*cism  of  their  work   and  secondary  uses  of  any  or   all  parts  of  it  -­‐  at  any  stage  of   its  development”.       –  Gideon Burton Academic Evolution Blog OPEN  SCHOLAR  
  11. 11. Crea*ve  Commons  –  Open  Licence   h/p://crea*vecommons.org/    
  12. 12. What  is  Open  Educa*on?   Open education encompasses resources, tools and practices that employ a framework of open sharing to improve educational access and effectiveness worldwide. Open Education combines the traditions of knowledge sharing and creation with 21st century technology to create a vast pool of openly shared educational resources, while harnessing today’s collaborative spirit to develop educational approaches that are more responsive to learner’s needs. h/p://www.oeconsor*um.org/about-­‐oec/    
  13. 13. OCW    
  14. 14. •  Increase  effec.veness  of  educa.on  –  Open  Educa*on  Ressources   (OER)  and  Massice  Open  Online  Course  (MOOCs),  easier  and  more   efficient  public  procurement,  sharing  prac*ces,  opportuni*es  to   innovate.   •  Increase  equity  –  knowledge  more  accessible  to  all,  and  individuals   geang    access  to  new  learning  opportuni*es,  by  lowering  costs  and   be/er  access  to  digital  services.   •  Produce  posi.ve  impacts  in  the  economy  –  stronger  and  more   structured  uptake  of  ICT  and  upskilling  the  workforce,  helping  industry   manage  disrup*ve  change,  through  new  market  opportuni*es  by   fostering  partnerships  for  infrastructures,  new  products  and  services.   •  h/p://ec.europa.eu/digital-­‐agenda/en/opening-­‐educa*on   Opening  Educa*on  /  EU   Digital  Agenda  
  15. 15. h/p://mitpress.mit.edu/ books/opening-­‐educa*on    
  16. 16. E-­‐Learning  *meline   Mul*media  resources   80s   The    Web     93   Learning  Management  Systems     95   Open  Educa*onal  Resources   01   Mobile  devices     98   Gaming  technologies     00   Social  and  par*cipatory  media    04   Virtual  worlds     05   E-­‐books  and  smart  devices     Massive  Open  Online  Courses     07   08   Learning    Design   99   Learning  objects   94   h/p://www.europarl.europa.eu/interp/rectorsconference2012/files_en/index2_en.html   Learning  Analy*cs   10  
  17. 17.  h/p://cdn.nmc.org/media/2014-­‐nmc-­‐horizon-­‐report-­‐EU-­‐EN.pdf    
  18. 18.  h/p://cdn.nmc.org/media/2014-­‐nmc-­‐horizon-­‐report-­‐EU-­‐EN.pdf    
  19. 19. NMC  Horizon  2015   h/p://www.nmc.org/pdf/2015-­‐horizon-­‐he-­‐ preview.pdf  
  20. 20. OER    teaching,  learning  and  research  materials  in  any   medium,  digital  or  otherwise,  that  reside  in  the  public   domain  or  have  been  released  under  an  open  license   that  permits  no-­‐cost  access,  use,  adapta*on  and   redistribu*on  by  others  with  no  or  limited  restric*ons   h/p://www.oerplajorm.org/   h/p://openeduca*oneuropa.eu/     h/p://www.unesco.org/new/en/communica*on-­‐and-­‐informa*on/ access-­‐to-­‐knowledge/open-­‐educa*onal-­‐resources/  
  21. 21. Open Educational Resources It saves TIME!!!!
  22. 22. Open Educational Resources
  23. 23. POERUP:  Policies  for  OER  Uptake     Inventory  of  133  notable  OER  ini*a*ves   worldwide   h/p://poerup.referata.com/w/images/ POERUP_D2.3_Compara*ve_Analysis_of_Transversal_OER_Ini*a*ves_v1.0.pdf     poerup.referata.com  
  24. 24. From  POERUP  elevator  pitch:  26  countries  in  26  minutes,    slide  11   h/p://www.slideshare.net/wi/haus/poerup-­‐elevator-­‐pitch    
  25. 25. OER   Contradic*ons  &  Challenges       •  Low  digital  fluency   •  Lack  of  rewards  for  teaching   •  Very  few  qualita*ve  labels   •  Too  many  OER  repositories     •  Compe**on  from  new  models  of  educa*on     Image:  h/p://www.spafuturethinking.com/blog/  
  26. 26. MOOC  (Massive  Open  Online  Courses)    
  27. 27. Open  Ini*a*ves  -­‐  Ini*al  MOOCs   •  Open  University  UK  (1969  -­‐  )   •  AllLearn  (Oxford,  Yale  and  Stanford   collabora*on)  2000-­‐2006   •  Fathom  (University  of  Columbia)  2000-­‐2003   •  MIT  OCW  (2001  -­‐)   •  OpenCourseWare  Consor*um  (1999  -­‐    
  28. 28. MOOCs  
  29. 29. MOOC •  In 2008, George Siemens and Stephen Downes co-taught a class thought to be the first to use the term MOOC.The course, called “Connectivism and Connective Knowledge,” was presented to 25 tuition-paying students at the University of Manitoba and offered at the same time to around 2,300 students from the general public who took the online class at no cost. •  h/ps://web.archive.org/web/20080629220943/ h/p://ltc.umanitoba.ca:83/connec*vism/  
  30. 30. Massive  Open  Online  Courses  MOOC   h/p://connect.downes.ca/cgi-­‐bin/archive.cgi?page=thedaily.htm     h/p://wwwapps.cc.umanitoba.ca/ moodle/course/view.php?id=20     2300  students     2008  
  31. 31. MOOC edX https://www.edx.org/
  32. 32. MOOC •  Udacity – http://www.udacity.com/
  33. 33. MOOC •  Coursera https://www.coursera.org/
  34. 34. MOOC •  Future Learn https://www.futurelearn.com/
  35. 35. MOOC •  Iversity https://iversity.org/
  36. 36. Miriada  X   •  h/ps://www.miriadax.net/    
  37. 37. MOOC •  OpenUpEd http://www.openuped.eu/ OpenUp  Quality  Label   h/p://www.openuped.eu/images/docs/OpenupEd_quality_label_-­‐_Version1_0.pdf    
  38. 38. EMMA   European  Mul*ple  MOOC  Aggregator  (EMMA)   h/p://www.a*t.be/ar*cle/emma-­‐plajorm-­‐for-­‐aggrega*ng-­‐european-­‐moocs-­‐presented-­‐at-­‐emoocs-­‐2014     h/p://emoocs2014.eu/    
  39. 39. MOOC  (Massive  Open  Online  Courses)     Did  you  study/  teach  in  a  MOOC?  
  40. 40. Massive  Open  Online  Courses  (MOOCs)   Free  educa*on   Global  community   Access  to  high-­‐level  educa*on   High  drop-­‐out  rate   Economic  model?   Marke*ng  exercise  for  universi*es   h/p://alterna*ve-­‐educate.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/audio-­‐ascilite-­‐2012-­‐great-­‐debate-­‐moocs.html   JOLT,  Vol.  9,  No.  2,  h/p://jolt.merlot.org  
  41. 41. h/p://mikecaulfield.files.wordpress.com/2013/07/xmooc-­‐is-­‐a-­‐chewy-­‐center.png     h/p://www.educause.edu/blogs/mcaulfield/xmooc-­‐communi*es-­‐should-­‐learn-­‐cmoocs    
  42. 42. Variants  of  blending  MOOCs  in  university  courses     Holotescu,  C.,  Grosseck,  G.,  Cretu,  V.,  Naaji,  A.  (2014).     Integra3ng  MOOCs  in  Blended  Courses.     Conference  Proceedings  of  "eLearning  and  SoZware  for  Educa.on"  (eLSE),   Bucharest,  April  2014.  
  43. 43. Instruc.onal  Technologies  course     •  27  students  -­‐  Master  in  Mul*media  Technologies   •  MOOCs:    Course  external  resources     •  16  courses  (  45%  edX,  34%  Courses,  Udacity)     •  19  students  finalised  the  MOOCs   •  Online  discussion  in  course  blog,  wiki  and  face-­‐to-­‐face       •  Evalua*on,  Course  report   •  Need  for  qualita*ve  feedback     •  as  a  personaliza*on  of  learning,  possibility  to  choose  which  of   the  learning  pedagogies   •  New  experience,  will  follow  new  courses,  learned  new  things    
  44. 44. TalkTech  project  2008-­‐2014   UP  Timisoara  Romania       Bentley  University,  Boston,  USA  
  45. 45. TalkTech  2008  –  2014   Where  We  Are  
  46. 46. TalkTech  2008  –  2014     Students   Bentley  University       •  IT  101,  Informa*on   Technology   •  55  students   •  Spoke  English   •  Web  literate   •  PC  Literate     •  Age  18-­‐21   UP  Timisoara   •  TMM,  Technologies  of   Mul*media   •  50  students   •  Spoke  English   •  Web  literate   •  PC  Literate   •  Age  21-­‐24   635  students  involved,  no  dropout  
  47. 47. TalkTech  2008  –  2013  main  Tools    
  48. 48. Task Tools align time zones timeanddate.com chat Facebook, Yahoo! IM,Google Hangouts create and host audio SoundCloud create and host video YouTube, Screencast-o-Matic create interactive images ThingLink edit audio Sound Forge edit images PhotoShop, Paint.net edit video Windows Live Movie Maker email Gmail, Outlook hold video conferences Google Hangouts, Skype record video mobile phone camera apps schedule meetings Doodle search the web Google, Bing share photos Flickr, Tumblr share screens join.me, Google Hangouts
  49. 49. Flipped  classroom     •  Use  of  OERs   •  Integra*ng  MOOCs   •  Interna*onal  co-­‐ opera*on  for  in   class  ac*vi*es   •  Opening  educa*on  
  50. 50. Gapminder   h/p://www.gapminder.org/       www.bit.ly/1zT9b5S       h/p://www.wolframalpha.com/    
  51. 51. Master the technology!
  52. 52. ENGAGE  
  53. 53. CONTACT Dr. Diana Andone Director e-Learning Center Email: diana.andone@upt.ro Web Elearning.upt.ro UPT  –  CeL    Campus  Virtual        www.cv.upt.ro   @diando70 h/p://www.slideshare.net/diando70/     EDEN Fellow 2011

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